Last post Jan 17, 2010 12:58 AM by jkirkerx
Jan 15, 2010 03:21 PM|markkerins|LINK
I am thinking of doing a kind of validation control. This control is more informative than validation. the objective is to present the user with a checklist of what they have & have not filled out on the page. the differences between this control and the
1. This control will always be visible on a summary page
2. This control doesnt cause validation
3. this control has a link on it, so when clicked the focus will change to the relating control that is missing information.
4. Typically there can be anything from 1 to x instances of this control
5. this control must be rich in client side functionality
the way I see this working is for example
I have a checkbox on the page. this textbox has the attribute "Onclick" set to a js function.
this function calls a method of the above mention validation/information control that sets a few controls , namely... "Descriptor" and entered/not entered image.
can someone please point me in the right direction .
I like the way some 3rd party Ajax toolkits have rich client side functionality .. e.g. telerik's radcombobox has the function set_text()... If I could do some sort of programming like this it would be great
Jan 17, 2010 12:58 AM|jkirkerx|LINK
I don't see this a server control issue.
But you have to store the state of each requirement someplace first. Then your program has to go through the state list, and build a checklist of things to do. The things to do must have a link to process the item. When the item is complete, the list of
the state must be updated, and then the checklist updated and marked off
You can build a xml list, and store it in app_data first.
Then build your checklist based off the xml list